NANDI, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA - SEPTEMBER 12, 2017: Worshippers perform a ritual to honor their ancestors at the Nandi Temple.
Berlin, GERMANY, January 21, 2017: A visitor observes the light installation by James Turrell, the infamous American light artist, in the chapel of Dorotheenstädtischer Cemetery in Berlin. The exhibition occurs during the blue hour just before dusk. Turrell plays with the concept of biblical light: starting with blue light, the chapel is slowly filled with pinks, oranges and reds, mimicking that of a real sunset.
London, UK, February 15, 2013: Pete McKey, an athlete from the freerunning collective 'Parkour Generations', performs a jump.
Vienna, AUSTRIA, January 14, 2017: Scene from the Loft Bar at Sofitel Stephansdom, a hotel sky bar with amazing views, overlooking the urban setting of Austria's capital.
Nusa Lembongan, INDONESIA, August 13, 2011: A female farmer walks along sea weed plantations. Sea weed agriculture is one of the biggest sources of income for the inhabitants of the small island close to Bali. The seaweed is primarily being sold to the Japanese, who use it to create expensive beauty products.
Odeceixe, PORTUGAL, August 5, 2016: 'The Observer'.
London, UK, October 22, 2012: Hindu devotees sing and dance during Diwali festival celebrations at Shri Vallabh Nidhi temple. The "festival of lights" is one of the most important Hindu celebrations. Devotees come together to perform traditional dances and rituals, such as the lighting of small clay lamps filled with oil to signify the triumph of good over evil.
Berlin, GERMANY, January 21, 2017: Performance artwork by Santiago Sierra, part of 'The Others' exhibition at König Galerie curated by Elmgreen & Dragset. König Galerie is located inside St. Agnes, a former catholic church. Playing with the theological surrounding, ‘The Others’ shows works of fifteen artists who are each challenging established ways of incorporating the body in Christian iconography. The artists question issues of gender, race, belief, sexuality and mortality. With Islam dominating the news media since recent years, the title proposes a reality where we are all potentially ‘The Others’, said the curators.
Berlin, GERMANY, February 2017: 'LOVERS', Self Portrait.